INSPIRING LEADER: Tennis Australia Chair Jayne Hrdlicka talks to President's Women in Tennis scholarship recipients.
Jayne Hrdlicka: Eye on the ball
31 October, 2019

A mother, a high-profile CEO and the first woman to hold the position of Tennis Australia Chair, Jayne Hrdlicka told Australian Tennis Magazine how her ability to successfully…
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STILL GOING STRONG: Sam Stosur is still inspiring others at age 35. Picture: Getty Images
Sam Stosur: Still making an impact
25 October, 2019

Whether it be her sportsmanship, professionalism, achievements or distinct playing style, Sam Stosur’s influence has been felt throughout the Australian tennis ranks and beyond…
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TEAM SPIRIT: Alicia Molik, Ash Barty and Casey Dellacqua celebrate during a Fed Cup in Canberra in February 2018. Picture: Getty Images
Casey Dellacqua: Fed Cup is the greatest honour
23 October, 2019

Why is the Fed Cup competition so special? Casey Dellacqua, who played 21 ties for Australia, shares her experiences.
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LEADER: Alicia Molik embraces Australian No.1 Ash Barty during the Fed Cup semifinal in Brisbane in April; Getty Images
Alicia Molik: ‘Coaching doesn’t stop on the court’
11 October, 2019

Fed Cup captain Alicia Molik hopes to lead Australia to Fed Cup glory - and inspire a new generation of tennis players.
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CHAMPION: Serena Williams celebrates her first Australian Open title in 2003. Picture: Getty Images
Celebrating influential women in tennis
9 October, 2019

As part of a celebration of inspiring women, Australian Tennis Magazine listed some of the most influential women in the sport.
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INSPIRATION: World No.1 Ash Barty, pictured with her niece Lucy, is proving a positive role model for females. Picture: Tennis Australia
Ash Barty: Breaking down barriers
9 October, 2019

As Ash Barty inspires more and more girls to take to the court, the world No.1 has a powerful message: by simply participating, they’ve already won.
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Daniel Buberis
Serving up hope and opportunity
10 May, 2019

Former Tennis Australia strength and conditioning coach Daniel Buberis is intent on using the sport as a platform for change.
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MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 17:  Alex Bolt of Australia celebrates winning match point in his second round match against Gilles Simon of France during day four of the 2019 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 17, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia.  (Photo by Jack Thomas/Getty Images)
Only the beginning for Australia’s leading men
18 February, 2019

A memorable summer provided the platform for Australia's men to achieve career firsts on the Grand Slam stage, reports Australian Tennis Magazine.
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In this handout image provided by Tennis Australia, (L-R) Australian tennis players Astra Sharma, Zoe Hives and Kimberly Birrell pose during day two of the 2019 Australian Open on January 15, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Fiona Hamilton/Tennis Australia via Getty Images)
Aussie women show collective pride
15 February, 2019

A confidence-boosting summer showcased the camaraderie among Australia’s top female players, reports Australian Tennis Magazine.
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Lleyton Hewitt celebrates his victory over Aleksandr Nedovyesov in the decisive fifth rubber of the Australia v Kazakhstan Davis Cup World Group quarterfinal in Darwin; Getty Images
Davis Cup: Rules, tactics & Wally Masur’s masterplan
17 September, 2015

The rules of Davis Cup substitutions aren't simple, but when played right can turn a tie on its head.
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